Mickey Kantor

In 1993 Mickey Kantor was named US trade representative. Three years and more then 180 trade agreements later Mr. Kantor was asked to fill the void left at the Commerce Department by the death of Secretary Ron Brown. As part of a Talk of the Nation series — interviewing departing cabinet secretaries — join Ray Suarez for a conversation with former Secretary of Commerce, Mickey Kantor. They'll review his tenure as trade representative and discuss the goals for the next administration. Next on Talk of the Nation from NPR News. Guests: Mickey Kantor U.S. Commerce Secretary (1996-1997) U.S. Trade Representative (1993-1996) Listeners call in



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